NEW YORK – Capital Link’s 14th Annual New York Maritime Forum which will take place on Wednesday, September 21, as an in-person event at the Metropolitan Club in New York City.
The event is held in partnership with DNB, and in cooperation with Nasdaq, NYSE, and the Port Authority of NY/NJ.
The luncheon and keynote address features Karrie Trauth, Senior Vice President & Global Head of Shipping & Maritime – Shell International Trading and Shipping Company Limited, and will be introduced by Theodore Jadick, Managing Director CEO & President – DNB Markets – Conference Chairman.
The New York Maritime Forum (NYMF) is both an investment and an industry conference with a double objective:
To provide an interactive platform for investors, financiers, cargo owners and shipowners to discuss the latest developments in the global shipping, energy and commodity markets, as well as in the financial and capital markets. Also, to address critical topics of the industry such as regulation, technology, innovation and more.
To showcase and promote the role of New York as a hub for the global maritime community and attract more business to New York targeting a global industry audience.
In parallel to the main sessions, where shipping company CEOs from all over the world will be discussing their sectors’ developments and outlook addressing mainly an investor audience, the agenda program sessions will be focusing on specific topics such as bank finance, equity and fixed income capital raising, M&A and consolidation, maritime finance and law, securities law, New York as operational center for shipping companies, as well the role of the Port of New York and New Jersey as a logistics hub for shipping and cargoes.
This one-day conference, known for its rich informational content and the extensive marketing, networking and business development opportunities.
Investor Meetings- 1×1 meetings with Executives of Shipping Companies are available upon request for institutional investors.
Who Should Attend?
The audience will include the senior executives of global shipping, energy and commodity companies listed on U.S. exchanges, commercial and investment bankers, institutional investors and financial advisors as well as a broader spectrum of industry participants such as shipping and liner companies, container leasing companies and operators, ship managers, ship brokers, ship agents, ship charterers, port terminal operators, port security, naval architects and engineers, classification societies, marine insurers and underwriters, marine arbitrators, maritime lawyers, marine mediators, marine advisors and consultants, maritime technology and marine educators.
Register online: https://bit.ly/3xG0mTg.